Conor McGregor's trial took place before a Brooklyn Criminal Court today on charges relating to the incident which happened in April.
The MMA fighter has been spared jail after receiving 5 days community service in a plea deal in a US court.
McGregor plea deal: All felony counts dismissed. Guilty of disorderly conduct charge. 5 days community service. Anger management classes. 3 orders of protection.
— Ariel Helwani (@arielhelwani) July 26, 2018
The Dubliner has pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct for an attack on a bus in April and all felony charges against him have been dropped.
Statement from Conor McGregor after his guilty plea. pic.twitter.com/WqtJ4gVYmc
— Ryan Gerbosi (@RyanGerbosi) July 26, 2018
The MMA fighter will have to take anger management classes of between one and three days.
Fellow MMA fighter Cian Cowley from Dalkey in Dublin also pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct.